Women in the arts was the theme for this years Harpies Fechters and Quines festival in Edinburgh which ran from 9-21st June. Within that theme we had a wide range of activities, talks and workshops, from zine making and creative writing to fabulous exhibitions and fascinating talks.
On Thursday 13th February, GWL was pleased to host a visit from the editors of Ostrov, a lesbian Russian publication. The Winter Olympics in Sochi have placed Russia’s track record […]
On Wednesday 19th February, I joined Morag Smith (National Lifelong Learning Development Worker at Glasgow Women’s Library) at an Illuminated Letters workshop at the West College Scotland campus in Greenock. […]
Glasgow Women’s Library offered a full, fun schedule of events for Book Week Scotland 2013. I had a great time at several of the sessions on offer, where I got […]
As a female voter in the UK, I’ve always been immensely grateful to the many women who campaigned for my right to the franchise before such a thing was […]
This pioneering women’s heritage walk revealed a hidden history of the West End of Glasgow: pipe-smoking forewomen, revolting schoolmistresses, and the unique car made by and for women. A unique and inspiring insight into the hitherto unsung women who made the West End.
We packed our bags and cases with paper, glue, gems and lots of other fun things and headed off to North Lanarkshire in April to do some scrapbooking […]
September 2011 was a busy month out on the road for the National Lifelong Learning project – especially in Wigtown. For the past few months, the volunteers from the women’s […]
Over 120 women were inspired to take One Small Step and participate in our one day conference at the Mitchell Library on Tuesday 23rd March 2010. Delegates of all ages […]
Glasagow Women’s Library at Wigtown Women’s walk launch.